List of Yamaha motorcycles

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List of motorcycles manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company.

First bikes[edit]

Yamaha YA-1
  • YA-1 built August 1954, produced January 1955. The first bike manufactured by Yamaha was actually a copy of the German DKW RT 125; it had an air-cooled, two-stroke, single cylinder 125 cc engine[1]
  • YC-1 (1956) was the second bike manufactured by Yamaha; it was a 175 cc single cylinder two-stroke.[1]
  • YD-1 (1957) Yamaha began production of its first 250 cc, two-stroke twin, the YD1.[1]
  • MF-1 (1958) 50 cc, two-stroke, single cylinder, step through street bike[1]
  • YDS-3 (1964) 246 cc, two-stroke, parallel-twin, it used the world’s first oil injection lubrication system in a 2-stroke engine.[2]
  • DT-1 (1968) Yamaha's first true off-road motorcycle.[1]
  • XS-1 (1970) Yamaha's first four-stroke engine motorcycle (650 cc twin).[3]
  • Yamaha YZ Monocross (1975) First production motocross bike with a single rear shock.[3]
  • Yamaha YZ400F (1998) First mass-produced four-stroke motocross motorcycle.[3]

Road bikes[edit]

Two-stroke[edit]

  • AG100
  • AG175
  • AG200
  • Bop50
  • BOP2 50
  • Bop80
  • BW80
  • Chappy50
  • Chappy80
  • CR5
  • CS3
  • CS5
  • CT1
  • CT2
  • CT3
  • TDR50
  • TDR80
  • AT-1
  • AT-1MX
  • AT-3
  • DT-1 1968[1]
  • DT1
  • DT-2
  • DT-3
  • DS5E
  • DS6-C
  • DS6 2
  • DS7 2
  • DT50L
  • DT50M
  • DT50MX
  • DT50R
  • DT50SM
  • DT50X
  • DT80MX
  • DT80LC
  • DT80R
  • DT100MX
  • DT100R
  • DT125LC
  • DT125MX
  • DT125R
  • DT125RE
  • DT125X
  • DT175MX
  • DT200R
  • DT 230 Lanza
  • DT250MX
  • DT250R
  • DT350LC
  • DT350R
  • DT360
  • DT360MX
  • DT400B
  • DT400F
  • DT400MX
  • DTE125
  • DTE175
  • DTF125
  • DT RT4
  • Force1
  • FS1E[4]
  • F5C
  • GL750 Prototype
  • GT50
  • GT80
  • GT100
  • GTI80
  • 90cc
  • H3-90
  • HT-1B-90
  • IT125
  • IT175
  • IT200
  • IT250
  • IT465
  • IT490
  • JA75
  • L2
  • L5T
  • L5TA
  • LS2 100
  • LS3 100
  • L2GF 100
  • L2G 100
  • LT 100
  • LT 100 MX
  • LT2 100
  • LT2 100
  • LT3 100
  • MG1T
  • MR50
  • MX50
  • MX80
  • MX100
  • MX125
  • MX175
  • MX250
  • MX360
  • MX400
  • MX500
  • PW50
  • PW80
  • QA50 Pocke
  • QB50 Vogel
  • QT50
  • RX50
  • RT180
  • R3C
  • R5
  • RD50
  • RD50DX
  • RD50 M
  • RD50 SP
  • RD60
  • RD125
  • RD135
  • RD200
  • RD250
  • RD350
  • RD400
  • RD80LC
  • RD125LC
  • RD250LC
  • RD350LC
  • RD500LC
  • RD350 YPVS
  • RD350 F2
  • RD350 YRS6
  • RDX125
  • RS200
  • R1-Z
  • RS
  • RS-100
  • RS100 B
  • RS125 DX
  • RS-100T
  • RX-Z
  • RS 5-speed
  • RT-1
  • RT-2
  • RT-3
  • RT-80
  • RT-100
  • RT150
  • RT180
  • RT360
  • RX50
  • RX 100
  • RX DX
  • RX100
  • RX115
  • RX-S 115
  • RX-125
  • RX-135 (also known as RX-K)
  • RXZ135
  • RZ50
  • RZ80
  • RZ125
  • RZ250
  • RZ350
  • RZ500
  • RZV 500
  • SC 500 °°
  • SDR 200
  • TD2
  • TDR 50
  • TDR 80
  • TDR 125
  • TDR 180 Made in Brazil
  • TDR 240
  • TDR 250
  • Trailmaster-80
  • Trailmaster-100
  • TT125
  • TY50 Trial
  • TY80 Trial
  • TY80A Trial
  • TY80B Trial
  • TY125(type 541)Trial
  • TY125(type 1K6) Trial
  • TY175 Trial
  • TY200 Trial
  • TY250 Trial
  • TY250R Trial
  • TY250S Trial
  • TY250Z Trial
  • TY350 Trial
  • TY350R Trial
  • TY350S Trial
  • TZR 50
  • TZR 80
  • TZR 125
  • TZR150
  • TZR 250
  • TZM 150
  • TZ50
  • TZ125
  • TZ250
  • TZ350
  • TZ500
  • TZ700
  • TZ750
  • V50
  • V50P
  • V50M
  • V70
  • V75
  • V80
  • V80M
  • V90
  • VR150
  • WR125
  • WR200
  • WR300
  • WR250
  • WR500
  • Y100
  • Y100 Sport
  • YCS-1
  • YCS-1-Bonanza
  • YA-1[5]
  • YA-6
  • YA-6 Santa Barbara
  • YA-7
  • YAS-1
  • YB50
  • YB100
  • YC-1[6]
  • YD
  • YD-1[7]
  • YD-2
  • YD-3
  • YDS-1
  • YDS-3
  • YDS-3C Big Bear
  • YDS6C[8]
  • YE1
  • YE2
  • YES1
  • YG1
  • YG1K[9]
  • YG2
  • YG3
  • YG5
  • YG-T
  • YJ-1
  • L2
  • YAS1
  • YAS2
  • YAS3
  • YL1
  • YL2
  • YL2C
  • YM1
  • YM1S
  • YM2C
  • YR1
  • YR2
  • YR3
  • YSR50

Four-stroke[edit]

Step-throughs, scooters, maxi-scooters (Two- and four-stroke)[edit]

Modified Yamaha BW 125 in Spain

Some of these step-throughs and scooters are made for Southeast Asian markets, where they are known as underbones.

  • Lagenda series (Asia)
  • Yamaha LC50 (Asia)
  • Yamaha MJ50 (Asia)
  • Yamaha V50m(U.K,Europe and Asia)
  • Yamaha C3 50cc (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Lexam (Vietnam)
  • Yamaha Nouvo (Asia)
  • Yamaha Mio (Asia)
  • Yamaha Sirius (Asia)
  • Yamaha X-1 (Asia)
  • Yamaha X-1R (Thailand)
  • Chappy
  • Yamaha Aerox R 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Aerox TY race replica 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Beluga
  • Yamaha BJ 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha BW's NBA 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BW's 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BWs Naked 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BW's 12 inch 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BW's Next Generation 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Force one/ss
  • Yamaha F1ZR/ss two (asia)
  • Yamaha Giggle 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha JogR 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha JogRR 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha JogRR MotoGP 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Jog Deluxe 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Jog ZR 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Jog Poche 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Neo's 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Neo's 4-Stroke 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Slider Naked 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Why 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Vino 125 (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Vino Classic 50 cc (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Rex 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Zest 50 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Zuma 50 cc (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Vox 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Vino 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Molte Vino 50 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha U7E
  • Yamaha RX-Z 135
  • Tiara 125 (Asia)
  • Y125Z (Asia)
  • Zuma 125 (U.S.)
  • Jupiter MX/135LC/Spark 135/Sniper (Asia)

Maxi-scooters (four-stroke)[edit]

Large scooters with more than 125 cc, and a large chassis and protection from the elements.

One of the smallest of Yamaha's maxi-scooters: Majesty 125
  • Yamaha Axis Grand 100 cc(Japan)
  • Yamaha Aerox / NVX 125 / 155 cc / ABS (Thailand/Indonesia/Philippines/Malaysia/Vietnam)
  • Yamaha CygnusX 125 cc (E.U./Japan)
  • Yamaha CygnusX SR 125 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Iron Max 125
  • Yamaha Iron Max 250
  • Yamaha Iron Max 300
  • Yamaha Iron Max 400
  • Yamaha Iron Max 530
  • Yamaha Majesty 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Vity 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha X-City 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BLACK X-MAX 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha X-MAX 125 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha X-City 250 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha BLACK X-MAX 250 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha X-MAX 250 cc (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Maxam 250 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha Morphous 250 (CP250VL) (U.S.)
  • Yamaha Majesty 125 cc
  • Yamaha Majesty 250 cc (Japan)
  • YP400 Majesty / ABS (E.U./U.S.)
  • Yamaha MW-Vision
  • Yamaha MWC-4
  • Yamaha N-MAX 125 cc / ABS
  • Yamaha N-Max 155 cc VVA / ABS
  • Yamaha X-MAX 300 cc / ABS
  • Yamaha X-MAX 400 cc / ABS   (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Grand Majesty 400 cc (Japan)
  • Yamaha TMAX / ABS (E.U./U.S.)
  • Yamaha TMAX Tech 560
  • Yamaha BLACK TMAX / ABS (E.U.)
  • Yamaha Tricity 125
  • Yamaha Tricity 125 ABS
  • Yamaha Tricity 155 (Philippines)
  • Yamaha Tricity 155 ABS
  • Yamaha Tricity 250
  • Yamaha Tricity 300
  • Yamaha Tricity 400
  • Yamaha 150 Sniper
  • Yamaha 3CT

Motorcycles (racing)[edit]

Two-Stroke[edit]

  • YD1
  • RD48
  • AS1
  • YR1
  • YR2
  • YR3
  • TA125
  • TD1
  • TD2
  • TR2
  • TR3
  • TZ125
  • TZ250
  • TZ350
  • TZ500
  • TZ700
  • TZ750
  • 0W48R
  • RD56
  • Yz80
  • YZR500

Four-Stroke[edit]

Off-road bikes[edit]

A Yamaha motocross bike on display at Phillip Island
Former World Enduro Champion Stefan Merriman on a Yamaha

Trail bike (road oriented)[edit]

Two-stroke[edit]

  • TDR125
  • TDR250
  • CT175
  • DT50
  • DT80
  • DT100
  • DT125
  • DT175
  • DT200
  • DT230
  • DT250
  • DT360
  • DT400
  • L5
  • YL-1
  • YL2
  • YL2C

Four-stroke[edit]

Trail bike (dirt oriented)[edit]

Two-stroke[edit]

  • AG175 / AT1 / AT2 / AT3
  • BW80 / BW200 / BW350
  • CT1 / CT2 / CT3
  • DT1 / DT2 / DT3
  • JT1 / JT2
  • RT1 / RT2 / RT3
  • LT2

Four-stroke[edit]

Enduro[edit]

Two-stroke[edit]

  • IT125
  • IT175
  • IT200
  • IT250
  • IT250H
  • IT400
  • IT425
  • IT465
  • IT490
  • WR250

Four-stroke[edit]

Trials[edit]

  • TY50
  • TY80
  • TY125
  • TY175
  • TY200
  • TY250
  • TY350

Motocross[edit]

Yamaha kids bike for beginners
Yamaha kids bike for slightly bigger kids

Two-stroke[edit]

  • PW50
  • YZ50
  • YZ60
  • YZ65
  • GT80
  • PW80
  • YZ80
  • YZ85
  • LT100MX
  • MX100
  • YZ100
  • RT100
  • MX125
  • YZ125
  • MX175
  • YZ175
  • RT180
  • MX250
  • YZ250
  • WR250
  • MX360
  • YZ360
  • MX400
  • YZ300E
  • YZ400
  • YZ465
  • YZ490
  • YZM500
  • WR500
  • SC500

Four-stroke[edit]

Tilting three-wheeled motor scooter[edit]

Electric motorcycles and scooters[edit]

  • Yamaha Frog
  • Yamaha Mest
  • Yamaha Eccy
  • Yamaha Passol
  • Yamaha EC-02
  • Yamaha Passol-L
  • Yamaha Pocke[12]
  • Yamaha Seated Electric Scooter[12]

Concept/prototype motorcycles[edit]

A Yamaha FC-me
  • Yamaha Concept 3CT
  • Yamaha DEINONYCHUS
  • Yamaha EKIDS
  • Yamaha E02
  • Yamaha EVINO
  • Yamaha FC-me
  • Yamaha Gen-Ryu
  • Yamaha GL750
  • Yamaha Hybride HV-X
  • Yamaha HV-01
  • Yamaha Luxair
  • Yamaha MAXAM 3000
  • Morpho
  • Yamaha Morpho II
  • Yamaha MT-05
  • Yamaha MWT-9
  • Yamaha OR2T
  • Yamaha OV-23XV
  • Yamaha PED1
  • Yamaha PES1
  • Yamaha YZF-R25
  • VOX
  • Yamaha XS-V1 Sakura[13]
  • Yamaha XT250X
  • Yamaha XV 950 BOLT (Café Racer)
  • Yamaha Tesseract
  • Yamaha R25 Concept
  • Yamaha RZ201 Rotary
  • Yamaha Ténéré 700 World Raid
  • Yamaha 01GEN
  • Yamaha 525 XTY – Prototype trial
  • Yamaha 1200 Venture

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f http://www.starmotorcycles.com/star/company/historyhome/home.aspx
  2. ^ "Yamaha Sports YDS-3". 240 Landmarks of the Japanese Automotive Industry. Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc. Retrieved 10 August 2013. The Yamaha Autolube system employed a plunger pump as a method for allowing minute amounts of oil to spread over the lubricated surfaces of each engine part.
  3. ^ a b c http://www.yamaha-motor.com/corporate/historytimeline.aspx, Yamaha website timeline, accessed October 2, 2011
  4. ^ last UK unrestricted moped, and last moped required to have pedals (1977)
  5. ^ built August 1954, produced January 1955. The first bike manufactured by Yamaha; it had an air-cooled, two-stroke, single cylinder 125 cc engine.
  6. ^ (1956) was the second bike manufactured by Yamaha; it was a 175 cc single cylinder two-stroke.
  7. ^ (1957) Yamaha began production of its first 250 cc, two-stroke twin, the YD1.
  8. ^ 1969 250 parallel twin based on the Daytona Racing engine of same time. Street scrambler.
  9. ^ (1965) single cylinder 80 cc two-stroke
  10. ^ released in the U.S. in 1982, the XJ650RJ Seca is essentially the same as the XJ650 sold in Europe, but with emissions options that meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency guidelines
  11. ^ Smith, Robert (July–August 2007). "1982 Yamaha XJ650RJ Seca". Motorcycle Classics. Retrieved 2009-08-11.
  12. ^ a b Yamaha's folding seated electric scooter, Treehugger.com, May 17, 2005, retrieved 2009-09-07
  13. ^ Paul Crowe (2007-10-16), Yamaha XS-V1 Sakura for Tokyo Motor Show, The Kneeslider, retrieved 2009-09-07